Pampers Little Miracle Mission Pay-It-Forward $50 Giveaway!

Pampers Little Miracle Mission Pay-It-Forward $50 Giveaway! 1

I have always been an individual that believes in helping others in anyway that I can. Not only do you help another individual in need out but, it is an amazing feeling to be able to pay it forward.

As a mom, when I learned about the Pampers Little Miracle Mission Launch, I was excited to think of ways that I could help spread some smiles.

In celebration of its 50th birthday, Pampers is recognizing how much parenting has changed over the years, and is sharing their belief that every baby is a little miracle that deserves to be celebrated, supported and protected, by unveiling its Little Miracle Mission campaign – a program that delivers acts of kindness to miracles and their families while encouraging parents to support others.

The brand recently kicked off the Little Miracle Missions campaign by delivering a giant act of support –donating care packages to Neonatal Intensive Care Units (NICUs) across the country.  Celebs Joey Lawrence , Ali Larter, Mark Consuelos and LaLa Anthony were on-hand in New York City to personally deliver a care package and thank you basket to Mt. Sinai Hospital and their staff.

Pampers Little Miracle Mission Pay-It-Forward $50 Giveaway! 2No matter how big or small the act of kindness, you’d be surprised how you can light up an individuals’ day. When I was given the chance to pay it forward, I was excited to have a fun party for some friends and their children. I wanted it to be a kick back and have fun time. I was able to cook various food options and treats for children and Moms alike as well as goodies for the kids to go home with. It was so great seeing the kids have so much fun as well as while yes, a party can be stressful, we moms having the chance to sit back and laugh and just enjoy it all. We had fun times inside and that got the kids out to enjoy the nice weather.

While this was one task to pay it forward, I’m constantly doing whatever I can to help out. Some various ideas I have done before:

  • Donating clothing and gently used toys to organizations that help parents provide for their children
  • Donating food and toys to animal rescues
  • Taking the time to hold a friends’ baby so she can get that much needed shower we all craved when we had a newborn 😉

There are many ways to keep the sharing going and it only takes a moment or two to use your imagination and create some fun for all. I know I have been so appreciative when someone has taken the time to help me out or even just a word of encouragement to let me know I’m doing something right 😉


Pampers Little Miracle Mission Pay-It-Forward $50 Giveaway! 3Pampers wants YOU to help spread the word and Pay-It-Forward as well and you can get your plan started with this $50 American Express Gift Card!

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Contest Open to US Addresses. Contest Will End June 17th, 2011 at 11:59PM CST. Winner will be selected at random. Winner will have 48 hours to confirm prize.

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  1. I would use this for my neighbor. They are having trouble and the oldest, 7 years old, is at my door frequently asking to borrow this or that. If I had an extra $50, I’d use it to buy grocery staples–sugar, flour, oil, etc–and stock her up on diapers.

  2. There’s a church in my town that is collecting donations for Haiti. With $50 they can send a Haitian family a survival kit. I would donate to them.

  3. I was raised by a single mom and we never had much money. I remember my best friend in high school often paying for my lunch when I couldn’t afford it at school. I felt embarrassed yet grateful at the same time.

  4. Recently, someone let me know I dropped a $20 bill. And I was in a big city and he actually stopped me and gave it to me and let me know I dropped it.

  5. I’d get baby diapers and wipes to donate to shelters and our church for low income new moms.
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  6. I was in a hurry the other day and ran to our local drugstore picking up some aspirin however short of 10 cents at the check out . I don’t have my credit cards with me, a young lady behind me kindly helped me out. A little gesture is big enough to make my day.

  7. My husband and I so believe in “Paying it Forward” We try to combine our time and energy with money to do things for others. For example, we babysit free for a couple to go out to dinner ((if the couple cannot afford dinner, we pay for that also); we purchase buy one get one items and keep one for ourself and put one away to give to a church food pantry; we are going to garage sales to purchase needed items for a church daycare center that tries to keep prices affordable and a staff that truly cares about children; we purchase books called “Good Grief” and give them to people who have lost loved ones…we are always on the look out for things that we can do for others and the $50 would be used in the above ways or to meet needs we don’t yet know about

  8. how someone helped me out…when I was in college my fiance and I went to visit his brother and sister in law. In college, I bought only what I had to and then the cheapest I could find. Their daughters had just gotten new shoes (A well known brand) and they were beautiful. They insisted that I try them on. I think they were the most comfortable shoes I had ever tried on. I didn’t think anything more about it and we went on back to school. About 10 days later, I received a package..there was my very own pair of the shoes I had tried on. It was such a lovely gesture…every time I wore them I thought of them. Now, when I look around, I think what do I have that someone else might like to have but they have no money to buy it. Especially in this economy……

  9. Some friends of ours just had a child and they already have a 2 year old. The mother has had to take off work so this would really be great to help them out!

  10. I would donate it to Joplin for tornado relief efforts.
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  11. I would use this to cook meals for a mom I know who is expecting her next baby. This would really help them out a lot. I am sure I could use some of it to get her started with diapers and wipes as well! Thanks so much for the chance!

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  19. i would buy diapers for my friends baby he is 5 months old and she is only 30 yrs old and has liver cancer-she needs all the help and prayers she can get

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  20. My babysitters daughter enjoys helping me take care of my kids- it makes my heart warm and very appreciated of her.
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  21. I would use this to buy some fruit trees for our home orchard that way when the trees mature they can provide fresh fruit to moms in need.

  22. I would pay this forward by purchasing food to my town’s food pantry. I usually only do this around christmas time so it would be great to donate twice a year. thank you for the chance!

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  23. I would help a young lady from our church whos expecting an in need of everything


  24. I work in a mall and I offered to take this older women’s purchases to her car. I was hesitant to ask at first because I was afraid I might insult her but she was really nice so I felt good about it 🙂

  25. I can get some 12″ floor fans for around $15 each. I would donate them to an organization here called Share. They would give them to low income families who have no air condtioning in this hot climate.

  26. I would buy $50 in baby food and donate it to our local food pantry for the needy.

  27. I would get some sports equipment for the local shelter so that the kids don’t have to sit inside and play with old board games all day. Things like frisbees, a ping-pong table, a badmitton set, etc.
    Alicia Webster

  28. When I used to live in Mexico I got really sick and couldn’t get out of bed for days…my roommate stayed home from work and lost pay in order to tend to me…she woke me up to take my medicine, removed and cleaned the soiled bedding, made soup and squeezed juice for me…she really helped me out and it made me feel very grateful to her…
    Alicia Webster

  29. I’d give this GC to my cousin who is going to have baby in Oct. He is only 17. He is just like a star on 16 and pregnant. I think they could use all the help we could give them.

  30. A friend helped me put together an weight machine. I offered money but he refused. Was nice for someone to do something without wanting anything in return.

  31. I would help out our local community center what supports low income families

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  36. I would donate the card to my church. They have a needy family program and i’m sure they could give it to something that could really use it!
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  37. One year a week before Christmas, a bunch of people knocked on my door asking if Kristen (me) was home. I said yea i’m her but you may be looking for someone else. They said, do you have a daughter named Faith. i said yes. They said, yep this is the right house! They came in with BAGS of wrapped presents, food, all kinds of stuff. Turns out someone i worked with had nominated me for a local “Toys for Tots” program. I was going through a tough time that Christmas and they knew it. It made me feel so happy. I was crying with joy!
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  38. I would pay it forward by buying seeds to plant in our community garden!

  39. I baked cookies for a neighbor who was in the hospital and it made me feel awesome to put a smile on her face!

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  41. I have a friend who is due in August. I would use this to buy diapers and wipes for her.

  42. The Town of Belmont NY Food pantry is requesting food donations- cereal, juice and other essentials are desperately needed. I’d use the $50 to buy fortified cereals for needy families.

  43. For nearly 9 years, I was living with a very abusive boyfriend: He had me convinced that I would be unable to find anyone better, due to the fact that I was never “right” about anything and nothing I did was good enough. Then one magical day, someone turned around in the grocery store while Steve was bullying me- and let him have it. Something clicked on in my brain. In that moment, my life changed forever. Shortly afterward, Steve and I parted company. Whoever that stranger was, I forever owe a debt of gratitude, he must have been my guardian angel.
    I am now married to a man who treats me with dignity and respect.

  44. I’d like to share some food and Pampers with a former coworker who I know could use some help (and treat her to a cup of coffee too 🙂 )

  45. I came home from college one year and I was so broke, it was just terrible. A neighbor helped me pick up some essentials and sat down to help me figure out a budget for the next semester – I can’t tell you how much that meant.

  46. I would give it to my friends who recently had a baby.
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  47. If I won, I would purchase diapers and baby supplies and donate it to a shelter.
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  51. I’d buy my new little one a pack of diapers and donate a pack to a local women’s shelter or foster care facility.

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  64. I would donate this to my church they have a baby shower every June for needy moms and the donations this year are very few so they could relly use this.
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  65. I would use this to buy groceries and toiletries that could be donated to a food bank or shelter

  66. When I was pregnant with my first child,I was very young(18)an my husband an I were very poor,just starting out an both working at small jobs,,my church family gave us a big shower which helped out so much,,,it was a blessing


  67. I would use the money to buy fabric to make baby blankets for a local pregnancy shelter.

  68. When my daughter was in the NICU, there was a group of ladies that knitted baptismal/funeral gowns. We were in need of both. I will treasure her baptismal gown forever.

  69. I would donate some diapers to our local women’s shelter. Often women flee abusive situations with just the clothes on their back and their children. People don’t even think about children in this situation

  70. A young couple in our neighborhood just had another baby and I am sure they could use lots of pampers!

  71. I’d use it to donate baby supplies to a shelter for women and children.

  72. I will use this to help a local chemical dependency center for mothers and their children. I’d see what I could buy for a special treat. Ideally the residents would vote and decide on what they want and I’d just go and buy it and bring it.

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  73. I would give this to my friend who just had a baby last month to help with the cost of formula and diapers, thanks!

  74. I would buy diapers for a local neighbor in need. Thank you for the lovely giveaway.
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  78. I would help a good friend who is having a baby who could use alittle help!

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  81. I’d spend it on the students I hope to teach in the fall.

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  82. I would use it to buy dog food for the local animal shelter.
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  85. I would donate baby items to the social service agency where we adopted our son.

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  87. I would give it to my niece to buy diapers.

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  88. A local organization that assists needy infants & children (The Manger) can always use cash or the equivalent.

  89. I would donate it to Cure for Colby (found on facebook). Colby is my great-nephew and he needs a specail surgery to help him gain his sight.

  90. I would use my couponing skills combines with sales to stock up on diapers/baby items with the gift card and either donate it to a shelter/food bank or craigslist ads!

  91. I would buy my coworkers dinner during one of our night shifts to help save them a little money. A lot of them are new mothers.

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  95. I would use this to buy diapers to donate to a local women’s shelter.

  96. Since Pampers sponsored this, I’d donate Pampers to a local women’s halfway house. They accept women with children there, and they all could use all the help they can get.

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  97. i would give it to the maternity ward at our local hospital

  98. i would love to pay it forward by using coupons and buying diapers and wipes and then donating them

  99. I would buy supplies for my friend who’s expecting her first baby and already struggling.

  100. my postal carrier’s a single mom with a bad back and young kids. i’d buy groceries for her, come over so she could rest in bed, and spend the day with the kids cooking casseroles together to stock up her freezer.

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  101. i once gave a homeless man a tent, so he could have shelter in inclement weather. it felt great!

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  102. I would pay it forward by getting groceries for a single mom & her child/ren. I needed help when I had my little girl & lost my job and ppl came through with food. It’s so disheartening when you don’t know how you’re going to feed yourself & your family.

  103. I would pay it forward by donating to our local women’s shelter
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  104. Thanks for the giveaway…we would help pay-it-forward by supporting a local food bank with a donation of canned goods, diapers, & formula.

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  106. I would donate it to our local womens shelter to buy needed supplies for the women and their children.

  107. I would Pay-It-Forward by donating food to the monthly food drive in my building!